Lock Poker to Rebrand Cake Network as Revolution Gaming

Lock Poker to Rebrand Cake Network as Revolution Gaming May 11, 2012 May 11, 2012 Tim Glocks https://www.poker-online.com/author/tim
Posted on  May 11, 2012 | Updated on  May 11, 2012 by Tim Glocks

Lock Poker’s acquisition of Cake Network has reached the final stages, and as soon as the acquisition is complete, Lock Poker will rebrand Cake Network as Revolution Gaming.

The new company will feature sophisticated online poker gaming technology, effective marketing techniques, generous rewards for loyalty, and a schedule of lucrative online poker tournaments.

The team of professional online poker players at Lock Poker will meet, interact, and offer suggestions to transform Lock Poker into an ideal online poker gaming venue for players.

The changes will hardly inconvenience standing players at Lock Poker. The software will be updated on May 31st and players who log in on that day will find no changes in their existing accounts and their real cash balance. They will find their favourite Lock Poker features unmodified. Lock Poker cashier system will also remain unchanged, owing to which players can expect speedy withdrawals.

The VIP program at Lock Poker, however, will be upgraded to include better incentives to play real money poker and larger rewards for loyalty. One of the best features of Revolution Gaming is its larger rake back percentage. Lock Poker will publish more details about its upgraded VIP program soon. In brief, players can look forward to an extremely lucrative and exciting time at Lock Poker.

Lock Poker’s CEO Jennifer Larson stated, “We are very thrilled at the prospect of driving the product, advertising, and overall vision of the network. It is a real dream which has come true. Merge was a big step for us, but we are not at a stage where we do not need them anymore. We want to be able to make our own path. The only way to do this is to stay true to our core philosophy: partnering with our players.”

One of the most innovative online gaming companies in the world, Lock launched Lock Poker, its first online poker brand four years back. The Lock Casino was launched recently. Lock Poker was the first to introduce the Bluff Online Poker Challenge and the first to develop a Mac-compatible poker gaming software platform, which includes features such as live statistics, hand re-player, SharkScope integration, and many others. Lock Poker’s
smartest move is considered to be its hiring of Eric Rizen Lynch as its poker room manager.

Online poker players interested in the brand new Lock Poker experience must first sign up for real money play. They can sign up directly; however, if they sign up through approved affiliate links, they stand the chance of getting larger bonuses and better deals.

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